Anyone done Paris and Disneyland Paris on Eurostar in one trip?
iknowimcoming · 04/04/2022 12:48
Looking at doing this but can't get Eurostar website to do direct to dlp one way and then back to Paris stay for a couple of nights, then back to st Pancras. Has anyone done this please?
AmbushedByCake · 04/04/2022 12:56
I don't think its any more expensive to book two one way tickets. So book a single to DLP, then book a single from Gare du Nord back to London. Otherwise you can get the Metro to Chatalet Les Halles and the RER to the DLP station but it'll take about an hour.
tanstaafl · 04/04/2022 13:56
There’s a train line direct to Paris at Disneyland Paris.
We had 5 days at DP when DC were young.
Half way through jumped on the train and had a day in Paris.
So can you book return to DP and book separate returns DP to Paris?
iknowimcoming · 04/04/2022 14:48
Thanks - wanted to do proper pParis at the end of the trip otherwise I'll pay for park tickets when I'm in Paris iyswim? And its expensive enough without paying for stuff I won't use! Likewise it seems daft to pay Disney prices for a hotel when one in Paris would (presumably/hopefully) be much cheaper?
EarlyStarters · 04/04/2022 16:03
Easy train ride from Marne La Vallee (Disney) to central Paris.
About 40 minutes and €7.
Echobelly · 04/04/2022 16:07
We did DLP and last day in Paris, but we just took eurostar to Paris both ways and hired a car because we were staying in Davy Crockett Lodges which were slightly outside the park. It worked very well for us - you got early entry as you were still officially staying on site and car hire came out at similar price to getting whole family in shuttle bus from Paris to DLP and back.
gogohm · 04/04/2022 16:17
Sort of - we stayed at Disneyland and took rer into Paris for the day rather than changing hotel.
gogohm · 04/04/2022 16:18
There's non Disney hotels near the park entrances and just pay park tickets for the days you want them
LynetteScavo · 04/04/2022 21:17
Can't you buy a one way ticket to DLP - book the hotel and park tickets, then get RER in to Paris (this is very easy from
DLP) and then spend some time in Paris before going back to London on a single ticket on Eurostar? You'd just have to book things separately rather than Eurostar doing it for you (you don't need to book the RER, just pay at the station)
LynetteScavo · 04/04/2022 21:22
I'm not a huge Disney fan, so have done DLP just for the day from Paris. I chose a hotel close to an RER station so we wouldn't have much of a walk when we arrived back late. I've done this three times; I like Paris much more than Disney
myrtilles · 04/04/2022 21:26
We stayed at relais spa in val D'europe and did a day trip to paris from there. So I would get the return train to Disney. It will be cheaper if you change in Lille.
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